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Geographical Locality Studies

ISSN 2052-0018 (Print) // ISSN 2053-3667 (Online)

Next project’s deadline: no current project

(GLS 5: more information to be released)

Upcoming project’s deadline: no upcoming project

(GLS 6: more information to be released)

Geographical Locality Studies (GLS) is the official journal of Frugeo Geography Research Initiative registered in the United Kingdom as print serial (ISSN 2052-0018) and online (ISSN 2053-3667) materials. GLS is a co-operative British-Hungarian scientific journal that sets its specialist area in locality, Sustainability, environment-related issues, and energy resources. It is (at the moment) issued and published annually, and each number is planned and developed by a specially selected, international editorial board that consists of expert researchers, lecturers and peer-reviewers.

GLS is a thematic journal covers the following keywords: locality, sustainability, environmental/global issues, energy resources, recycling, up-cycling, and reuse.

Editorial board

GLS specially selects editors, advisors and independent reviewers for each project.

Editor-in-Chief, Series Editor, Designer

László Bokor, MSc

Frugeo Geography Research Initiative, Shrewsbury, England

Special Issue Editor, Regular Peer Reviewer

János Csapó, PhD habil.

University of Pécs, Faculty of Sciences, Institute of Geography, Department of Tourism, Pécs, Hungary

Special Issue Editor, Language Editor

Katie Eccleston, MA

Frugeo Geography Research Initiative, Shrewsbury, England

Special Issue Editor

Dávid Karátson, DSc habil.

Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science, Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences, Budapest, Hungary

Special Issue Editor, Regular Peer Reviewer

Béla Munkácsy, PhD

Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science, Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences, Budapest, Hungary

Special Issue Editor, Cover & Portrait Designer

Viktoria Nemes, MSc

Frugeo Geography Research Initiative, Shrewsbury, England

Doctoral School of Earth Sciences, University of Pécs, Hungary

Special Issue Editor

Matej Nikšič, PhD

Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Ljubljana

Special Issue Editor, Cover & Map Designer

Tamás Szelesi, MSc

Doctoral School of Earth Sciences, University of Pécs, Hungary

Special Issue Editor, Peer Reviewer

Zoltán Wilhelm, PhD habil.

Cultural Counsellor, Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre, Janpath, New Delhi, India

GLS aims to erect a bridge between academic research and general educational knowledge development; that is why its target audience involves a wide range of students from secondary to doctoral schools, young researchers and anybody from any background who wants to know more about locality and sustainability-related environmental and geographical topics.

Supporting this aim, Frugeo GRI invites ambitious researchers to join the success of our projects and be an original and significant contribution to the human knowledge of Earth Sciences (geography and geology) and also Environmental Sciences. We provide publication possibilities to academics who have already earned a PhD degree; and we would like to highlight the importance of education and give the chance and opportunity to PhD Students, and also MSc/BSc Students, to help them gain recognition, points and credits, and assist in their scientific life getting an easier start on the sometimes difficult path of publishing and academic writing.

We provide opportunity for publications to researchers, although we do accept only outstanding papers; therefore, a published work in one of our upcoming issues has to be of a high standard, must be well-researched, well-illustrated and well-written in an engaging style that can call the attention of anyone who reads it. It must be something interesting, topical and must contribute to the development of any scientific disciplines. It also has to be educative and build a good balance between academic and public understanding.

Our journal covers many different types of—mainly geographical—subjects; therefore, we encourage and approach anyone who acts on the fields of Earth or Environmental Sciences, too. For the upcoming titles and publishing possibilities, please keep an eye on our regularly updated website available at, social media platforms, or contact us via

The various articles that we expect from our multidisciplinary participants may cover many different scientific (and non-scientific) subjects, fields and areas, e.g. biology, architecture, manufactory, arts, mathematics, catering, fair trade, tourism, etc.; so we would like to encourage any subject and we really do mean any – as long as it interlinks with the keywords in a geographic sense.

Technical parameters:

In order for an article to be published, the author(s) has/have to follow our instructions and must achieve the expected standards of Geographical Locality Studies. In special cases, the requirement is defined according to the project expectations, but mostly we want an article to be:

a.) prepared by

b.) written in

c.) be one of the following types:

d.) and follow this structure:

Anybody wishing to contribute in one of the upcoming GLS projects, please send an e-mail with the following information provided to:

Free to join! Donate the GLS project:

We have decided that the participation in GLS is open to everybody free of charge, but we would welcome any amount of donation from every participant. You can make your voluntary donations through the Frugeo webpages available at

We guarantee that every paper will be

If you would like to be considered for our offer or if you have questions regarding the publication possibilities or the GLS project, please contact us instantly.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The Editors

Katie Eccleston János Csapó Dávid Karátson Béla Munkácsy Matej Nikšič Viktória Nemes Tamás Szelesi Zoltán Wilhelm László Bokor GLS 3: Locality and the Impact of Human Consumption on the Environment GLS 1: Locality and the Energy Resources GLS 2: Locality and the (un)Sustainable Settlements GLS 4: Locality and the Global Challenges of Energy Transition
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